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My absolute favorite book about how to talk to people about your faith. Discuss your Christian convictions to others with grace and confidence. Learn to gracefully negotiate those awkward moments when others challenge you with oft-repeated arguments against the Christian beliefs. Professor Greg Koukl has successful defended the Christian faith under fire and he wants to show you how a few relatively easy tactics can help you as well.

J.P. Moreland is a brilliant apologist who writes with discernment and wisdom. He will challenge you to want to learn to defend your faith.

Real Questions. Straight Answers. Stronger Faith. The Apologetics Study Bible will help today’s Christians better understand, defend, and proclaim their beliefs in this age of increasing moral and spiritual relativism. More than one-hundred key questions and articles placed throughout the volume about faith and science prompt a rewarding study experience at every reading.

What's So Amazing About Grace? - By: Philip Yancey Foundational book that I'd give to a new Christian, especially one who may have been hurt by religionism.

Enter to win an iPad mini, Logos 5, and a Vyrso copy of Bonhoeffer, by Eric Metaxas from Thomas Neslon!

25 Books Every Christian Should Read: A Guide to the Essential Spiritual CLassics I got this as a gift and am about half way through. It's a great synopsis of books and writings, some ancient and some modern. So far I've found that several books are available free for Kindle or Nook.

The Science of ID: Biochemistry | Infographic

Skeptics must provide more than alternative theories to the Resurrection; they must provide first-century evidence for those theories. —Gary Habermas

Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis. Transcripts of talks he gave on BBC radio after WWII. He was asked to give foundational explanations of Christianity. As a former atheist and Oxford professor, he's articulate yet accessible. A quick read.

"No boy could be my friend until I had beaten him in a race, and no girl if she refused to climb trees, leap fences and be a tomboy." —Louisa May Alcott